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, three times under walsh, they won the ultimate game. from the catch, joe montana to dwight clark to the nearly perfect season of 1984 to walsh's final super bowl championship, and his team executed the routine along with the spectaculars. they earn maybe the greatest reputation in any endeavor. a group that you just can't ever count out. >> that's the thing that they had a unique ability. when they got tight and close, we didn't do things that we were pulling from the new stuff that we were just playing for them. we went right back to the fundamental of offense. that's why we had so much success in that time. >> bill walsh is the one guy in my life that believed in me when i didn't even believe in myself. i mean i didn't know if i could play or not. he's the one that wanted to draft me, all the scouts were saying that he will be there. you can sign him as a free agent that you don't need to draft them. but he saw something that he believed in. and i'm not sure that my parents believe that they could make it. very appreciative and thankful that, you know, i have had a guy like bil
. >> and also estate taxes scheduled to jump from 15% to 35% with montana land values more than doubling in past decades. farmers and ranchers are up in arms because the impact estate tax would have on their ability to hang on to their land. we'll speak with one of them coming up in the next half hour. >> also weighing in is outgoing montana governor brian schitser who was a farmer and rancher himself so he should know a thing or two about that. >> plus, health care sunday the microscope right now. we'll find out if this year's winners can carry their mojo into next year. you're watching cnbc, first in business worldwide. again? it's embarrassing it's embarrassing! we can see you carl. we can totally see you. come on you're better than this...all that prowling around. yeah, you're the king of the jungle. have you thought about going vegan carl? hahaha!! you know folks who save hundreds of dollars by switching to geico sure are happy. how happy are they jimmy? happier than antelope with night-vision goggles. nice! get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. we do
did not expect us to win. we won new hampshire. won in montana. he is going to do great things in the great state of montana. we won in washington state. he has been focused on economic development. we won there in a tight race. we come here with an association that is well organized and understand how to win even when we have less resources and our friends. having said that, none could 2014 -- in 2014 will be huge. in 2013 there too big races. we're very optimistic about virginia. we have an extraordinary candidates. he steadied his own business when he was 14 years old. he is the best example of a moderate centrist job greater. he is running against a right- wing tea party candidate attorney general who literally said when asked do you align yourself with the two-party he said i am a tea party group ie. direct quote. he was rejected across the country in the last election. we're going to help terry with everything we've got. in new jersey, no question. gov. christie is popular. there a lot of strong candidates considering that run. we will work with all of them to come with t
think it is diminishing the word by calling it bullying. i thought everyone in montana celebrated christmas. but, no, in every song even the secular ones they swril a problem with it. "white christmas" could be interpreted as racist. >> especially if they are dreaming about it. get over your race. it has to be white. >> you hit the nail on the head. everybody is searching for reasons to call bullying these days. it is like the new trend. it is the new, cool thing to do. you find a reason to be bullied. no matter what you say and what you do people will say they are being bullied. it is diminishing in the way it is supposed to be used. the kids should be given the opportunity to sing songs of all kinds of religions. particularly if the school is that diverse. you don't have to take away the songs that represent the christian religion. just give kids a chance to sing a song from their holiday. in high school everybody sang them all, and it was a way to bring them together instead of dividing them. >> this is from the super inen it dent saying, you may not find this to be a big deal,
. we won in montana with steve bullock. he was a real leader, a real job creator, he is going to do great things in montana. we won in washington state with jay insl e! news who has been focused on economic development. we won there in a tight race. we come into this with a temperaturic organization that is well organized and can win even when we have have less friends than our other side. having said that, in 2014, we're looking a huge number of races. there are 34 races. so 2014 is going to be a huge year. . we have an exintruder candidate. he started his own business when he was 14 years old. now running against a right-wing tea party candidate attorney general there who literally said when asked do you align yourself with the tea party, he said i don't just align myself with the tea party i am a tea party groupie. it was rejected and we have high hopes for terry in virginia and we're going to help him. in new jersey it is no question that governor christie is popular. there are a lot of candidates, strong candidates in nrge and we're going to work with all of them to come out to
, cheyenne and arapahoe warriors at little bighorn in montana. during this booknotes from 1996, louise barnett author of "touched by fire" the life, death and mythic afterlife of george armstrong custer traces kuster story from his days at west point to his last stand at the little bighorn. it's a little under an hour. c-span: louise barnett, author of "touched by fire," what's that title mean? >> guest: it comes from a speech that oliver wendell holmes made about the civil war, and it seemed to me very appropriate. he said, "to our great good fortune and our youth, our hearts were touched by fire. and we learned at an early age that life was a passionate and serious thing." i haven't exactly quoted that, but the point is that people who were young during the civil war were inspired and matured in a way that perhaps hasn't happened to every generation. c-span: but the subtitle on your book is "the life, death and mythic afterlife of george armstrong custer." who was general custer? >> guest: well, custer was part of that generation that was touched by the fire of the civil war. he had
, and washington and idaho and montana, it's snowing lightly this evening but that snow is really going to pick up later on tonight and especially on sunday. and check out all the winter storm warnings and winter weather advisers. portions of western montana and northern idaho may see two or three feet of snow as soon as tomorrow night. that's not good news for travelers but skiers are going to love a pattern like this. >> paul, thank you. on the other side of the pacific, more saber rattling by north korea. the secretive regime announced today it will pry again to test launch a new long-range rocket. anna werner is in washington tonight. >> reporter: president kim jong-un said his country will test another long-range rocket this month. north korea describes it as an observe space satellite, but south korean and washington officials said it is anything but. south korea charged it's really a long-range missile in disguise, and here in washington, asia expert victor cha agrees. >> there should be no doubt in anybody's mind even though they call should a civilian launch it is a ballistic missile test
right back, some parents in montana think christmas carols are a new form of bullying. greg is going to explain that one next. ♪ ♪ "special report" starts at 6:00 eastern. now back to new york and "the five." ♪ ♪ >> greg: they know i hate these songs. they are hoping i leave. some parents in montana want to ban christmas songs saying it's bullying. it spells danger to children's self-esteem. they are threatening the sue. they wrote bullying is a hot topic and that seems to be what is occurring here. that is articulate. while religion songs are out, they are fine with songs about frosty the snowman and santa claus, despite one mocking cold people and the other the obese. not long ago bullying was defined singling someone out for persecution. we denounce it and especially the celebrities who bully assistant to tears, kimberly. but the definition is stretched to imply any activity that implies exclusion. if everyone isn't having fun it's discrimination and therefore mean. all activities, sports and like bondage included are bigoted because they can never be equal. that is the go
at 2601 2nd avenue north, billings, montana, as the james f. battin united states courthouse. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from california, mr. denham, and the gentlewoman from california, mrs. nal, each will control 20 minutes -- mrs. napolitano, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes mr. denham. mr. denham: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days in which to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous material on senate bill 3311. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman from california. mr. denham: thank you, mr. speaker. i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. denham: senate bill 3311 would designate the united states courthouse located at 26012nd avenue north billings, montana, as the james f. battin united states courthouse. judge battin received his law degree from george washington university law school in 1951, prior to attending law school during world war ii, judge battin served in the unite
montana. mr. tester: mr. president, i ask unanimous consent to set aside the pending amendment and call up my amendment number 3350. the presiding officer: is there objection? without objection, so ordered. the clerk will -- the presiding officer: the senator from montana, mr. tester and others -- mr. tester: i ask reading be dispensed with. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. tester: mr. president, i ask unanimous consent that senator tim johnson of south dakota be added as a cosponsor to amendment 3350. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. tester: i'd like to make a few remarks on amendment 3350. this past summer was the third-worst fire year in the history of this great country. over 9.2 million acres burned and many of those acres were in the state of montana. the drought that drove this year's fire season persists and is projected to worsen in 2013. this trend isn't stopping. conditions are changing on the ground. i think we're all seeing impacts. i'm certainly seeing impacts on my family farm and we're seeing impacts across the forest. this county in western montan
.c. with sally bedell smith montana. you are on the air. >> caller: does the queen acknowledge the base is anglo-saxon driven? >>guest: definitely. she has a lot of german heritage. her family began with george from mac 12 was descended from hanover that came over in the 18th century and when queen victoria married prince albert from germany but there is in english strain as well. the queen mother was from an english slavish scottish family. it is a mix. there is a significant german lineage. it was a problem right before world war i when the family name was very germanic and her grandfather king george five change the names of all people so they were less germanic and other names were
, but even mike shanahan who has coached by joe montana and john elway has given special praise. >> i don't think anybody in history of the league has played at his level even the last 40 years. i doubt that anybody has played at that level. he has a unique skill set. his ability to throw drop back play action, it puts the pressure on the defense, and he will just get better and better. he is just scratching the surface. >> maryland hosted a struggling delaware state squad it tonight. the terps cruising, 10 victories in a row only three victories by single digits. they are pretty good, right? maryland breaking the press easily, and wells finishes with the one-handed jam. the terps led 40-22 1/2. they keep pouring it on. second half, maryland cruising. that acrobatic layup, a dramatic finish. the terps improve 11-one, 79-50 win. virginia tech, not so lucky against byu. six-eight from the three-point line, 29 points in the first half career high 42 on the day tech loses. george mason at south florida. that second half, the baseline jumper. usf with the 12-point lead, mason-dixon close, but
cayeran por una montana....yuee yao una mujer de 56 anos de edad, posteriormente fallecio en el hospital segun la conductora del auto que iba con otros tres pasajeros, huyo de la escena, pero fue localizada y arrestada en un estacionamien to del mirador...aunq ue su nombre no ha sido revelado, ella .ha sido acusada de manejar intoxicada y de huir del lugar.... gordon shyy 1:07 posiblemente posiblemente se le pueden presentar mas cargos dijo la policia, la investigacion continua y sera decision de la fiscalia si la acusan tambien de homicidio vehicular... este abogado en ley criminal dice que si la fiscalia la acusa de homicidio vehicular, lo pueden hacer como un delito menor o mayor, cualquiera de los cuales acarrearia serias sentencias. mario jose jovel/abogado criminalista digamos puede ser un minimo de dos anos y puede ser como digamos hasta 10 anos dependiendo en la evidencia si lo tratan de poner como un delito mayor entonces puede ser minimo de 15 anos hasta como por vida mientras tanto la policia de san francisco y diversas agencias del orden lanzan a partir de esta
montana, northwest wyoming, better chances for snow. as far as saturday is concerned, notice again the milder air in the east, cold towards the northern plains. there's a look at it into sunday with snow showers. northwestern great lakes and we'll track that system off towards the east in through monday and tuesday with chances of showers along the frontal boundary, pushing across the appalachian. tuesday, a coastal event from new york southward. some of those showers get hung up in florida and another chance of snow into the mountains of montana. a good stretch of the lower 48 coming in fairly quiet. down through the southeast, not so much southeast georgia there. we are on the warmer side of things with a chance for showers. "wake up with al" 5:30 a.m. weekdays. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone deserves the gift of all day pain relief. this season, discover aleve. all day pain relief with just two pills. >>> back in 2009, marina and the diamonds released her debut album "the family jewels." it won her an mtv europe music award. >> the welsh singer released her sophomore al
? with democratic senator mark warner and kelli ayote. benghazi and obama's second term. with montana governor brian schweitzer, and former hewlett-packard ceo carly fiorina. and susan page of usa today. i am candy crowley. and this is "state of the union." republicans call the fiscal cliff plan a joke, an insult and break from reality. suffice it to say, it is unacceptable to them. the president's opening round offer includes $1.6 trillion in new taxes, $400 billion in savings from medicare and other entitlement programs, $50 billion in new stimulus spending, and an additional $285 billion to fund depreciation and mortgage programs, unemployment insurance benefits, and payroll tax cuts. >> this extra spending, that's actually greater than the amount they're willing to cut. i mean, it's -- it was not a serious proposal. >> while his aides were on capitol hill offering up the opening bid, the president was making his case in pennsylvania campaign style. >> at the end of the day a clear majority of americans, democrats, republicans, independents, they agreed with a balanced approach. deficit reduction
for quite some time, and of course, i'm very intrigued being the next model to follow joe montana. but, i'm happy to be here and joined with, of course, tania peterson our zoo director and so many friends. i also had to wake up to my wife saying, we are going to the store today, are we not? so she is there already, we are already focused on the orange section of the store to get ready for this weekend. but i want to not only congratulate unico for locating here in our very exciting part of our city, the international part where so many millions of visitors come every year. in fact, last year in 2011, over 16.3 million visitors came to san francisco and most of them found their way to unit square to the best shopping in the world. this is the center for arts and culture and of course it is our innovation capitol of the world and we are doing all of the right things to continue our success in the city. part of that success, is to work with great corporate citizens like unico and their efforts to make sure that they give their best effort to hire san franciscoans. today we celebrate not just
. slowly meandering in to the east toward montana because of the huge ridge of high pressure that's diverting the storm track. today contributed to an offshore flow. we peaked today. future cast. we'll go out 72 hours. here's r monday and tuesday. absolutely nothing going on. then watch by midweek, wednesday. here come the clouds. there's wednesday morning commute. rain already passed through the north day. already strating over the entire central bay. all day long you'll need that umbrella on wednesday. right now it's looking between a quarter and 3/4s of an inch of rain. monday, 63 degrees in sacramento. a very foggy start from fresno through mercedin to -- merced in to modesto. the winds will be out of the northeast. offshore, 5 to 15 miles per hour. 67 degrees in santa rosa. so just a tad cooler than today. additional cooling but the offshore flow continues on tuesday. then really in and out of rain showers on wednesday all the way through sunday, which means we could see rain showers this time next week for raiders. >>>ee if the raiders can get back on track. how did the sea
can just smell phil jackson. he's sitting in montana saying didn't want me? look what's happening! anthony sprains an ankle in the 3rd quarter, leaves. steve nash is sitting for another week. the knicks without anthony roll the lakers 1-16-107 tonight -- 116-107 tonight! >>> andres torres is coming home. a couple years back, he was a key ingredient in the giants' success. and san francisco said, ah, we can do better. so they let him go. he played one year with the met, and the mets said, ah, we can do better. he's a good guy, good clubhouse go. how about $2 million to be insurance and sit on our bench? there it is. if he was a bad guy, somebody with an attitude, they wouldn't be bringing him back. never burn your bridges. >>> the nearby angels appear willing to match the dodgers dollar for dollar. josh hamilton is leaving the texas rangers, five years, $125 million! then you've got pujols after one season, his total package is $250 million for 10 years. so hey, the angels are loaded with big, big names! josh hamilton, 31 years of age, joins an angels lineup with mike trout and the
and montana. much of the northern rockies could be seeing 30 to 60 centimeters not to mention the winds gusting near 100 kilome r kilometers an hour. all the lines close together indicates the strong wind gusts and blizzard warnings. very messy situation. also we're seeing messy weather into the ohio river valley pushing to into the northeast. new england, you're expecting freezing rain, five to ten millimeters going into your tuesday. this just continues to push here. definitely a very serious situation as far as driving across these areas. make for some very slippery roads. do slow down across this region. fen even if you have flights, there could be delays. new york, your temperature is 9 degrees on this monday. chicago, you've been going for a while without snowfall. the last snow has been in march. still, seeing some cold temperatures though over chicago. high of 5. winnipeg at minus 9 here. starting off your work week. now as we look towards europe into the british aisles, also watching a system move away into low country here. that's going to bring rain and snow. british isles c
aol and adobe and celebrities also taking part include arnold schwarzenegger, joe montana, and mc hammer. >>> former marine applauded for voluntarily guarding a school near modesto apparently lied about his service. craig pussly said he wanted to protect children following the school shooting so he showed up to hughson elementary school. he was a sergeant in the marine reserve. but the u.s. marine corp says he never served overseas and discharged as a private. >> i'm in shock. i'm really in shock. this is serious and it's scary. >> he told the marine corp times he had been misquoted by the medesto bee. he did apologize for the situation and wearing his uniform outside the school which is a violation of marine corp policy. the marine corp has not said if he will face any rep cushions. >>> dozens of schools are canceling classes today. there are rumors and alleged threats of student revolt if schools stayed open. they are taking the threats seriously. especially in the wake of last friday's connecticut shooting. rumors of trouble became a distraction and it was easier to close the s
have really cold air, billings, montana, 1 degree and denver at zero. you factor wind on top of that it feels like it is almost 10 below in some areas. chicago 20 degrees and precipitation in that area, cold enough for snow. all through southern illinois, indiana, up to ohio, northwestern pennsylvania and northwestern new york state, almost a foot of snow. and new york city and boston will move to all rain. down across the southeast today we will see the same type of severe storms we saw yesterday, wind gusts of 50 miles an hour and it's a busy day. >> on your map i like miami and honolulu in the 80s. i'll pick those. >> i'm with you on that. >> i'm richard lui. this is "first look" on msnbc. "morning joe" is coming up the top of the hour. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup.
into the great lakes region. we have really cold air, billings, montana, 1 degree and denver at zero. it feels like it is almost 10 below in some areas. chicago 20 degrees and precipitation in that area, cold enough for snow. all through southern illinois, indiana, ohio, northwestern pennsylvania and northwestern new york state, almost a foot of snow. and new york city and boston will move to all rain. down across the southeast today we see the same severe storms we saw yesterday, wind gusts of 50 miles an hour and it's a busy day. >> on your map i like miami and h honolulu in the 80s. >>> "morning joe" is coming up at the top of the hour. she knows you like no one else. and you wouldn't have it any other way. but your erectile dysfunction - you know, that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical co
is locked back in the montana into minneapolis, denver, where we're seeing temperatures in the 20s. minneapolis will top at in the mid-20s this afternoon. you can see the rain across the eastern seaboard. today, it's going to be light and showery. off and on rain. some light icing in central massachusetts. tomorrow, a secondary area of low pressure is going to move in to the northeast and bring another round of heavy rain with temperatures in the low to mid-50s. again, it will be all rain. chicago, a few light showers with a high of 44. minneapolis should top at 31. in florida, today, we should top out in the 70s and 80s. >> all right, so pack your umbrella. >> for sure. >> thank you so much. >>> during last night's tribute to the victims of the newtown shooting president obama held back tears as he named each of the victims starting with the principal. >> dawn hochsprung and mary her belak. vicki soto. lauren rousseau. rachel davino and anne marie murphy. charlotte. daniel. oliva. josephine. ana. dylan. madeleine. catherine. chase. jesse. james. grace. emilie. jack. noah. caroline
center that might be in washington state, or montana, or somewhere in florida. then the business you need to have done will happen. it will come back, maybe not along the same route, but some kind of rut. it could go through electrical cables. -- route. it could go through electrical cables. >> james glanz, if we buy something on amazon, if weak bank online, if we do a google search, -- if we bank online, is that information stored on these data centers and throw it may be stored. it is certainly processed -- centers. >> it may be stored. it is certainly processed. the information we create in doing all of these actions, some of it is kind of short-lived information. it goes out. you get back the answer you want. it operates. -- evaporates. other information, when you go and bank online or buy something at amazon and it has to keep a record of that transaction, for its own inventory and your billing records, that stays alive basically forever. >> are these data centers the so-called cloud? >> it is a funny term. it is used in two different ways. in some people's minds, the cloud is anythi
medicine as well. >> you've said you've got crazy stories. share one with us. >> one is from montana or wyoming. and one said my hangover is a lot better but [ bleep ]. >> what? are you kidding me? >> i love vegas. i've got to get back here. >> dr. burke has incredible stories. to hear his entire interview go to and click on best of the rtm. >>> there sophia does a little dance sofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. let us get everything off the shelf, and to your home. sofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. let us get everything off the shelf, and to your home. >>> what are you doing? i've got a david and goliath story, redneck edition. anthony dowd owns the vw on the right. his neighbor, nick, owns this huge chevy pickup trucker on left. nick had been bugging anthony to do a bumper pull with his truck for months. he's like come on, man, i want to do a tug of war with my
happy about this. we are going skiing. >> you are going skiing where? >> montana. >> and there will be lots of snow. >> a lot of folks will be happy because we have a storm system that will bring a lot of snow across the west. we have to pay attention to this because this storm is also going to effect the central u.s. and even the east coast. so what are we talking about here? rain and snow for the southwest. also system across the northwest. in the next 24-hours blizzard warnings. 10-18 inches of snow in some cases two feet. gusts 40 miles per hour. we have a blizzard warning portions of southern new mexico. this storm is on the move. by saturday across the central u.s. and sunday part of this energy working its way across the southeast and even a little bit of snow across the northeast. across the big city looking good especially portland with the system moving in. have yourself a great weekend. heather back to you. thank you so much. >> talk to you later. >> la reed announced he will soon be an x judge on the x factor. he will go fwook his job as chairman of ep
at inflated prices. vincent smith from montana state university told the new york times that similar to the current fiscal cliff, the 63-year-old farm law was left on the books as an incentive intended to scare lawmakers into action with the prospect of higher support prices for milk and other agricultural products. actually allowing it to go into effect could be disastrous. farmers would rush to sell dairy to the government at higher prices, limiting consumer supplies, leading to higher prices in stores and less milk for manufacturing products like butter, yogurt and cheese. which could have the makers of those products looking for cheaper alternatives like imported milk from new zealand. how did we get here? it's the same old story. republicans are refusing to act. the senate passed its own bipartisan ten-year farm bill in this is flo. i need you. i feel so alone. but you're not alone. i knew you'd come. like i could stay away. you know i can't do this without you. you'll never have to. you're always there for me. shh! i'll get you a rental car. i could also use an umbrella. fall i
montana. mr. baucus: i appreciate the senator withdrawing his amendment. had he not, i would have had to oppose it. it basically waives the davis-bacon requirements ininstruction for sandy rehabilitation projects. i think it's a bad idea. we shouldn't go down that road. second, it changes the code with respect to giving rules and also penalties with respect to withdrawals and i.r.a.'s. i don't think that's a good idea. more importantly, it's -- a fancy term, it makes this bill loose lipped. that's because it's a revenue provision the senator is offering and did not originate in the other body, the other body would say sorry, under the constitution, revenue bills have to be in the other body, in the house. so they would not even take up the bill. for that reason, i'm glad the senator withdrew his amendment because it would cause unnecessary problems for people who deserve a lot of help in the wake of hurricane sandy. i thank the senator. mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from montana. mr. baucus: mr. president, might i inquire of the chair or the chairman of the appropr
100 men were killed in 1878; in montana, where scores more died only a few years later; and now it was happening in wyoming-- range war. the stakes were always the same--cattle and land. and the opponents were the same-- big ranchers versus farmers seeking open range to settle on under the homestead act. the cattle man who came first and carved his vast rangeland out of the wilderness saw himself facing destruction as the homesteaders settled on his range, fencing him off from the grass and the water. the homesteader had many names in the west-- squatter, nester, and sometimes, with truth, rustler. the cattlemen struck back, fast and hard. ♪ ( dog barking ) what are you doin' here, nicky? ( barking continues ) mom? mom! mom, what happened? what's the matter? oh-- they-- ( sobs ) oh, homer. ma, where's pa? ma, what happened? ( nicky barks ) homer! hey! hey, hold up there! homer? what do you think you're doing? that's our cow. i know it is, son. it's got our brand on her. can't you read it? what have you done with my pa? where is he? where's my pa? have you done anything to him?
: the clerk will call the roll. quorum call: the presiding officer: the senator from montana. mr. baucus: mr. president, i understand that in effect -- i ask that -- i ask further proceed ftion of the quorum call be dispensed with. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. baucus: mr. president, i understand we're in effect debating russia pntr. robert louis stevenson once said -- quote -- "the mark of a good action is that it appears inevitable in retrospect." when i traveled to russia in february, many doubted that congress would establish permanent normal trade relations known as pntr earlier this year. but in july the finance committee unanimously approved legislation to do just that. and last month the house of representatives passed very similar russia pntr legislation with 365 yes votes. passing the pntr clearly is a good action for the united states. it is also an obvious one. why obvious? jobs. pntr will mean more jobs and opportunities for american farmers, ranchers, businesses, and workers. russia is a fast-growing market. the united states to share in that growth we must firs
president, and it is wrong. i yield the floor. the presiding officer: the senator from montana. mr. baucus: madam president, i would like to say a few words about our close, beloved friend, colleague, danny inouye. i'm hard pressed to think of anyone in this body that i respect or love more than danny inouye. his broad smile, his desire to work with you, help you, his interest in finding common ground, his decency, his honesty, his forthrightness and his just dedication to service is unsurpassed. someone pointed out to me when dan was first chairman of the house appropriations committee, he passed all the measures through his committee virtually unanimously. we should stop and think about that for just a second. this place is now so polarized, it's difficult to get measured passed, but dan, as committee chairman, worked with his members so that virtually every bill in his first year were passed unanimously. there was one i think that was 29-1. and if only we would stop to reflect on that a bit. it would help us, somewhat, work together better. dan also worked very closely with member ted s
? the senator from montana. mr. tester: mr. president, thank you. i want to visit about the fisa amendments act, and i want to thank senator wyden for his leadership on this issue and for offering an amendment to this act that i have cosponsored, and i'll speak on it in just a minute. on our vote tomorrow, i will say that i will reluctantly -- i reluctantly plan to oppose the vote on the fisa amendment's bill tomorrow when we get to final passage. there are many reasons for that. i am not naive. i do understand there are people out there who want to do harmful things to our nation. i very much appreciate the folks in the intelligence community who do difficult behind-the-scenes work that keeps us all safe. but at the same time i believe that our civil liberties and our right to privacy need to be protected, and i do not believe that they're sufficiently protected under the current law. and so, simply extending current law for five more years is irresponsible, and it's not a rephrebg shun of our -- reflection of our values. there are few ways this bill falls short and i'm especially concerned ab
cold pattern will dive into montana, idaho and utah an rockies. but for us, it will be dry. some of that fog, i don't think has much of a chance. overnight lows could be ditching lower as more of the northwest wind kicks in, that should take care of the fog. the weekend always in view, dry, sunny noria while. >>> how apple's stock is doing today and why it tanked yesterday. and what the ceo just said that could be great news for the u.s. chi. >>> and john mcafee arrested -- economy. >>> and john mcafee arrested. ll. even babies. chevron is working to stop mother-to-child transmission. our employees and their families are part of the fight. and we're winning. at chevron nigeria, we haven't had a reported case in 12 years. aids is strong. aids is strong. but we are stronger. and aids... ♪ aids is going to lose. aids is going to lose. ♪ >>> well, stocks are up slightly on wall street. they've been bouncing back and forth a bit this morning, following news that europe will hold off on economical stimulus measures and unemployment benefit applications dropped last week with is con
committee, max baucus of montana. in the meantime, from this morning, a group that heard from rob portman and the director of the economic council gene sperling. we will show you as much of their remarks as we can until the portion with senator baucus gets under way. >> actually, they just give my speech. i would like to grow and not slow the economy. that is part of the answer to this. we may disagree on how we do it, but we are not going to get the fiscal house in order without having additional revenue, and that comes from growth. we also need to restrain spending, we need to do both. in washington, there is such a deep fiscal hole right now we cannot find it without both. again, we will have differences of opinion on how to do it. there are strong opinions on its sides -- on each side, both sides, but that is why we need a discussion today, why we need a successful outcome, not only to the fiscal cliff talks, but also to the longer issue of debt and deficit, and long-term growth. i was asked to focus on what might be possible in terms of possible tax reform. i know tax reform and heal
fiscal cliff. joining me around the table amy stoddard, associates editor for "the hill" and montana governor brian schweitzer and carly fiorina and susan paige. thank you all. i wanted to start with that soundbyte because the president was talking about who is naughty and who is nice. i talk to lawmakers, both democrats and republican who said, really, is this -- we're offended by it. is this idea of gathering public support working for the president? >> well, as you discussed with secretary geithner, these discussions at least to republicans are moving backwards now. he has enflamed the situation on the republican side making john boehner's challenge much deeper. they see it as a waste of four weeks, as you also pointed out because they've known what their ultimate opening bid would be all along. they need to get down to business. going out on the campaign -- on a campaign style trip and calling them scrooged snkt going to help, and i think they have to get in a room and get going. a deal takes more than an hour to put together, and serious talks have to begin. republicans are real
weather out through montana, through the dakotas and eventually spreading east into minnesota and eventually wisconsin later today. because of that we do have winter storm warnings and advisories all across the northern tier of the country, the northern rockies, back into idaho. we are going to see some of that snow continue to fall throughout the day. it doesn't look too bad now but we will see it intensify and also some isolated blizzard warnings across the northern rockies as well. once those winds pick up and visibility reduced. billings, montana, 25 degrees, 43 in chicago and northeast, even boston, we'll top out around 46 degrees today. while it is snowing across the northern rockies, no snow across the northeast. instead showery this morning. some improvements this afternoon. even sunday it still looks unsettled. in fact, the entire northeast will be unsettled into the start of next week. alex. >> thanks for that. >>> the second winner of last month's huge powerball jackpot has come forward, he's just not showing his face. arizona lottery official say he claimed his pri
. >> let's take it from montana. let's take a different region. there are regions in the united states, large population areas. is it fair to the taxpayers in rural areas and to subsidize the somewhat wealthy suburban areas? >> i will put it to you this way. you name me any form of transportation in some way or form subsidized by the taxpayers. transit is. i do not know if green bay its advantage by transit baden know you are advantage by roads. you have some pretty good roads up there. that was paid for by all of the taxpayers to advance and transportation in wisconsin. you do have a corridor between milwaukee and chicago that subsidized by the federal government. it is an amtrak line. people on that line that uses and lots are advantage by all of the taxpayers. >> thank you for being here today. i yield back. >> thank you you have earned many happy birthdays. i want to commend you and this administration. you got to start it. you moved us off the dime. you've got 151 projects. they are all obligated. yes you have some states divided. when they are divided, i think you're doing the ri
different and evey today, the economy in montana im very different from the economy and lower manhattan. and we found a way to deal with that and to regulate it. the same is true in europe in the same is true in china and the same is true in india and brazil. india. same is the same is true and brazil. this country deals with gaps between the rich and poor, agriculture, and earthen industrialize an evolving in much the same way that we're going to have to on the global stage for a the problem has been solved and can be solved. >> host: good afternoon, we have a caller from new york city. >> caller: hello, i'm so happy you're taking my call. my question is this fiscal cliff that we are approaching. if president obama allows it to happen, what kind of catastrophe are you talking about? i'm kind of concerned? so negatively will this affect the industry? how bad will it really be out there on wall street and main street? >> guest: well, let's say there are a bunch of people where the congress is
rec center at 6:00 tonight. that's on the corner of montana and plymouth and that will be one of those community gatherings that we have had in the omi we have had a large number of homicides compared to other years. we shouldn't have any at all and it's a chance for community members to talk about what we're saying what needs to be done, investments in the neighborhood, so we can work together. there has been a lot of information, that strategy of working to the with the police department and other public safety departments and community-based organizations is really important. i think one thing that needs to be emphasized, we talk about the organizing aspect of the violence prevention work is really looking at the assets and what we need to build on in order to strengthen the efforts around. you mentioned wrap around projects, work force development education, i think those, the lack of those things is one of the root causes of violence and i think looking at not just getting paepl to work together but how we can make greater investments in these places so we can have m
we celebrated just as enthusiastically those super bowl wins with joe montana, steve young and coming down market street. as we did with the giants a year and a half to two years ago. these were incredible inspirational opportunities we have, now hosting a super bowl. being part of a bay area effort to bring this incredibly helpful event that isn't just one few hours worth of games. there's all kinds of events that happen during super bowl week. i believe that the bulk of them will be hosted here in san francisco because this will be where we reflect strong infrastructure of tourism, where we host things and do well. this is what san francisco is about. we have an incredible committee of people that have volunteered and put forth i want to be part of this team effort to, build a bay area super bowl event that will be not only long lasting for the sports itself but with daniel's leadership and supervisor feral that's been such an incredible partner in the dialogue to help us form our ideas. and for somebody who's spnt his personal time creating the educational links between our school
reduction debate. i would like to start this morning by telling you what i am hearing from home in montana. i am just a hired hand. i work for those folks in montana. there is a rivalry we call the brawl of the wild. that is what it is. i think that is what we should call the united states congress. thousands of fans walked into the stadium to watch the game. during the game, mostly during the halftime, fans came up to me and said, hi. good to see you. we started talking about football, but it always turn to washington. not once did he say, don't do this. don't cut my favorite program. not once did i receive a request. my montana bosses told me, get it done. you guys need to get it done. i was stunned at the intensity that people spoke to me to get it done. these folks do not ask for stalemate. they do not ask for inflexibility or for their representatives to dig into ideology. they are pragmatic. they want us to work together and tackle these challenges. keeping with the football thing, i will share wisdom from the packers coach -- people who work together will win. whether it be against
party like montana or belgium. so that's one. the other question on to bring out, would anybody, just raise your hand, would anyone like to play for the marlins next year? they need people. they have nobody laughed. show fans. it's good to be back. this is the best book fair in the united states. i am here to talk about two books really. i have a book to talk about. i'm not sure why i'm here. coming out last january, the checks. this january, which you can buy now, in sin city. there both based on reality. and it's is a book arrow to my great guy, one of the original writers for seven at live it probably has the biggest ever seen. not that that is really relevant, but if you were here you would be amazed. we decided to write a book about soccer parents. the genesis. i'm a sucker parent. my daughter plays soccer pitches been playing since u.s. for years old. she doesn't actually touch the ball. kick the ball, y'all that. they don't remember that. the away. my daughter is not 12. she started refereeing soccer games for four and five year olds. they can reach down and touch the ball with
in the easterly direction towards billings, montana. that storm track has been diverted by this huge dome of high pressure contributing to an offshore flow, so everybody is under the abundance of sunshine, but watch carefully. futurecast tomorrow morning dense fog throughout the central valley and then watch what happens. nothing. the offshore flow continues through tuesday, but wait. here it comes. this is an area of low pressure providing us with rain showers overnight tuesday night, a very wet sloppy wednesday morning commute. you'll need that umbrella, on again off again throughout your wednesday and wait till you see that seven-day forecast, but first stop to kick start a brand-new workweek, 63 during the afternoon hours. then throughout sacramento and stockton, a foggy start in fresno, merced and modesto and manteca, 50 degrees in tahoe and dipping down to 19 degrees, cold enough to make the snow, 8 inches of snow anticipated by wednesday. 60s across the board anywhere from the coast through the avenues, 66 in sunnyvale, these temperatures all very uniform due to the northeast breeze 5 to 1
i prefer montana a little bit. but those are biotech companies that are seed companies. i'm not done. i'm going to phillip in arizona. >> hi jim, what do you think of alcoa at this point? >> it is a both stock trapped in the commodity. it is going to have to wait. let's go to patricia in hawaii. >> yes, i'm here. yelp, i bought it at $21. >> hold on to it. i think it is worth more. don't sell yet. >> let's go to stewart in new york. >> how you doing. i love you like the giants and i have a winner for you for next year. >> well, um okay. it is okay. frankly, i prefer others to it. um, for instance, i would even prefer chesapeake to it right now. and that says a lot. i was going to do my stanford invitation. it gets better. here take this. it is the conclusion of the lightening round. coming up a world away. investors cool the stocks and send the shares to the fryer. has wall street lost it's appetite for fast food. just ahead. >>> nobody is more passionate about the market than i am. you are why i come out here and do this show. >> the stuff that you are doing is so important and i wa
time, states like kentucky, montana, new hampshire. i think this idea of passing a right to work law in michigan will open te eyes of many more people and policy makers commanded think it will see the benefits and see the union rhetoric about what it does is just not true. it will see what indiana is seeing, 47,000 new ivate-sector jobs. it will see what oklahoma as experience, d right to wo will be the law of the land. lou: some estimate on ho many states will be right to work states next year? >> we are working on 26. lou: very well. do you want to name it? >> kentucky and missour are states that are having growing debate about it. so there are some that are actually active right now. lou: you have some time here as the year winds down to solidify your support and to get moving. congratulations on michigan. thank you both for being here. appreciated. >> thank you. lou: the government class, those who depend on government for entitlements, welfare, and jobs, that is local, state, and federal workers, those folks are growing in number every year. close to 50 million people on food st
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